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Biebel Brittanys - Kentucky American Brittany Breeders
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About Biebel Brittanys
We breed, raise and train high quality Brittanys from Nolan's Last Bullet, Microdot, Grand Junction Jake, Gamblers Ace in the Hole, and Hammerin Hank/Dandy blood lines. Our Brittanys have wonderful persaonalities, love to hunt, are natural retreivers, have long range noses and are very smart. They are easy to house train and make great family dogs as well as bird dogs. Our Brittanys are bred for long legs, short hair coats and are not aggressive. We have both orange & white and liver & white pups and dogs. Our Brittanys will hunt Huns, Grouse and Pheasants up close and will range out to cover ground when Quail or Chukar hunting. With long range noses they will find birds, lock up and point, are natural backers, will hunt dead, retreive to hand, and then scoot to do it all over again and again! We love to hunt with our BiebelBrittanys. We have a sharptailed grouse and pheasant hunting camp in eastern MT, pheasant camps in North & South Dakota and Iowa, and a quail camp in KY. You and your new pup or dog can come join us! Harold Biebel.
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PO Box 1498
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42102
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 15 years.
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Submitted by: Daundra in KY on Nov 27, 2013Oh my! Surprised doesn't EVEN touch it! Our son CJ knocked on the front door holding Jac (of course it was getting late)- and my husband Doug first looked puzzled, (why did CJ have a dog) and said, "what the hell?"- then REALIZED it was Jac- and burst into tears- (and my video wouldn't come on :(
First night went very well- He was a bit scared/skittish, had already bonded w/ CJ, and kept hiding behind him- this morning Doug took him for a little walk, and he is now relaxed enough to lean into him, and look at you for a second... He will warm up quickly...
Doug wants to call you in a bit- I told him you would be traveling...
Thanks so much for everything- as we get things, we can mail back the collar and leash- I had told CJ I knew Doug would want to get a name/address collar- so not to spend much $ to just end up replacing it- but it was good he had them. thanks
Submitted by: Doug in KY on Nov 27, 2013Now I understand why my wife wouldn't really talk to me about Jac. I brought him up several times while on vacation and got little to no response. So I didn't pressure her. We don't have a pressure relationship. She's never been able to surprise me with a gift of any kind. Got me this time. Thank you.
Jac's a scared little man right now. Bonded with our son CJ and they slept together last night. I was up this morning to take him for a walk. Jac's not big on the leash, but I'm not impatient. He was fine after a bit. We walked the big field out back for about 30 minutes and when we came back inside, he finally looked me in the eye! and he relaxed a bit. Still nervous and that's ok, its all new.
I appreciate, more than you know, what you've done. He'll have
a great time being a Clark dog. Trust me, he's found a home.
Doug, husband of Daundra (see the next email below)
Submitted by: Alix and Rick on Nov 17, 2013Hi Harold and thank you so much for our new BiebelBrittany named Dash. Dash is such a god boy. He Slept whole way home to Franklin Tn.
Peepeed outside, met the rest of the crew, had a snack, practiced his commands for liver treats, had a bath, stayed in crate while I cleaned horse pastures, poopied outside, supervised the kitchen dinner prep and cuddled with Dad. And it's only been 4 hours since we picked him up.
I turned on the YouTube, Trixie and Huxk, from when he was a baby pup...he came right over to the iPad when he heard Dad Harold's voice and stood there for the duration!
We are beyond happy!
Alix and Rick
Submitted by: jack neal on Nov 14, 2013Unbelievable!!! Hi my name is Jack and I was looking for a Brittany to hunt with as well as a indoor pet. I got on the internet looking for a Brittany breeder close to my home in Bowling green Kentucky. Well come to find out, Biebel Brittanys was a few miles down the road. I stopped by to see some pups and ended up buying a 4.5 month old male named Topper that Harold and I thought would be a good dog for me. Great decision!! That was 2 weeks ago. Yesterday we went out for a training session. The dog had never been on a bird. Well to my great delight he ended up pointing at least six quail. Held his point until you got there no matter how long it took. Didn't flush one bird. Retrieved all his birds plus some extras to hand. And didn't damage one bird. I never saw anything like it. I was awestruck. Like I said Unbelievable!! And not only did I get a great bird dog in Topper. I got a great friend in Harold Biebel as well. Thank you my friend.
Submitted by: Jagger's Mom. on Nov 07, 2013Bailey. Mr. Harold,
Me and my grandad have loved having Bailey (BiebelBrittany) around. Bailey has been a great dog to us. We took him hunting the other day and he did great pointing two or three coveys of birds. I just wanted to let you know what a great dog Bailey is. Jagger
Submitted by: Ed M. in Montana on Nov 05, 2013Ed what great fun! Wish I was there with you and Lee (BiebelBrittany.) Maybe next year. Have more fun and please keep telling me about it. Harold.
You always hunt the dogs into the wind. No wasted time hunting downwind or back over the same ground you just hunted.
In the attached pic, guide is calling for ATV to pick us up after the 4 of us hunters walked two parallel windbreaks w/ a dog in each!
I got my 5 roosters again yesterday by lunch time. We don't leave the lodge until 10:00 so lunch was at abt 1:15 in yet another bldg. heated by propane. It was an old wooden granary which has been paneled with lumber made from "bug timber" (trees killed by beetles). The wood is beautiful. The warming hut the first day was on stilts extending out over a pretty lake. Wind was blowing hard yesterday w/ temps in the 30s so warming hut was very welcome! We returned to the lodge at 5:00.
The ranch owners are building other such warming huts on other parts of the ranch.
We only saw 2 Sharpies yesterday. Grouse population is way down. We got into two coveys of Huns. Plenty of pheasants.
Lee did very well again-many points.
Another superb dinner last night. We had pheasant breasts in a Dijon sauce (not fried), wild rice, summer squash, and herb drop biscuits. Bread pudding for dessert.
We had pheasant strips grilled in two different marinades night before last for an appetizer. Both were EXCELLENT! Just use the Grill Mates brand 1) "Chipotle.." and 2) "Garlic, Herb, and wine".
Submitted by: Zack in MN (12 years old) on Nov 05, 2013Mr. Biebel. our BiebelBrittany shilo is a great dog. once he hears my bus's engine he goes strait to the door to wait for me to come home from school. thank you Harold for bringing me and my family the best dog in the world. p.s. shilo is great at hunting. He does well in any type of grass. He also loves fishing! Zack.
Submitted by: Duane in FL on Nov 05, 2013Hi Harold:
That ol' Huck is a busy boy, another litter of BiebelBrittanys.
Those pups are good lookin' for sure. The socializing you provide to your puppies is irreplaceable.
Submitted by: Ed M. in Montana on Nov 04, 2013Harold. Lee did great again today. Had a number of fine points on pheasants. He sort of bumped one rooster he had relocated on 3 times. Bird was in range so he died for tormenting my dog! I estimate Lee had 7-9 pts in the two hrs I hunted him. He knows how to hunt pheasants. I help him a little by never letting him get more than 100 yds out (usually much less). He and I have learned together. In the two days hunting here, I never hollered at him once!!! I just nick him when he's a little too far out.
Ed from Montana
Submitted by: Ed M. in Montana on Nov 03, 2013This morning we put 4 dogs (Lee, 2 GSPs, one Eng Setter) on the ground for 4 hunters. W/in the first 1.5 hrs, Lee (BiebelBrittany) had 8 perfect points on roosters! Four of them ran so he would relocate beautifully. All 8 birds were flushed by hunters, none by Lee. Lee's 8 pts accounted for 8 of first 12 roosters killed!
Our group shot 19 roosters, 3 Huns, one Sharpie for the day. I killed the first 5 roosters I shot at. Later, I shot at two more (easy shots) and missed both!!!! Lee had two more pts a little later then I retired him for the day. I cannot tell you how proud of him I was.
Super guides, super hunting, super food, super place. I will be back here next yr. They have close to 100,000 deeded acres much of which they never hunt because it is too far to drive from the Lodge. They try not to drive more than 30 mins to a hunt spot! Not one plow has touched this land for over 12 yrs. They manage it for upland birds. The cattle are pulled off in May so they don't disturb the nesting game birds!
The guides (3) and hunters were all raving abt Lee. He was clearly the best dog in the field. One of the guides is a NSTRA judge and a friend of Nolan Huffman. Of course he knew all abt "Buddy". I told him Lee was a grandson of Buddy. He said Nolan trialed Buddy almost every weekend ,all yr long.
Today was truly a day to remember--